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From the Superintendent's Desk - July 24, 2014

Read about our Back-to-School efforts and upcoming District-wide events.

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Back-to-School Resources for Families

Charleston County begins the 2014-2015 school year on Monday, August 18th! Are you ready? Click here to find important information to help make your student's back-to-school experience great.

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CCSD's Personalized Learning Initiative

Jessica Millsaps Collins and her Hunley Park 5th graders as so excited to be a part of the Personalized Learning Initiative. They've worked hard to build their shared vision and unpack the tools for success with Facilitator Mallika Stubbs. Their new iPads are just one set of tools used to facilitate each student's journey as a lifelong learner.

Personal Mastery Classroom
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What is the Common Core?

CCSD's Instructional Support Team has a page for community members interested in learning more about the Common Core... a set of standards designed to provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help children build skills for college and career success.

students working together
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Learn More About CCSD's BRIDGE Pilot Work

Our work groups, steering committee, and other stakeholder groups continue moving forward this important work. Please visit the BRIDGE portal for the latest information. And please continue to send us your questions, concerns, and feedback.

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CCSD Wins National Public Risk Management Assoc. Award

CCSD received the 2014 Risk Management Product Award for our First Five Safety Training Program! Pictured: Jeff Scott, Director, Security & Emergency Mgmt.; Chris Metivier, Officer, Strategy & Communications; Dana Enck, Director of Risk, Safety & Environmental Mgmt.; Kevin Boyd, Deputy Director, Security & Emergency Mgmt.

PRIMA award winners
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WAHS Student Wins State Biz Plan Competition

Dekeiya Cohen, a 2014 graduate of West Ashley High School, won 1st place & $3,000 for her invention (The Catching Prodigy) at the Third Annual Mark Motley Foundation State Business Plan Competition! She plans to compete in the national competition in October!

Business Plan Competition Winners
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From the Superintendent's Desk - July 11, 2014

Read the weekly updates from Dr. McGinley. Pictured: Dance students from CCSD's SMAART (Students Mastering the Academic ARTs) Program, which offers rigorous artistic training, collaboration, and performance experience.

dancers at SMAART




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